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Mike Cullity
Bio:

Mike Cullity fell for golf in his youth and has been writing about the game for the better part of two decades. A former city high-school champion who played briefly at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass., Cullity earned a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism before joining the staff of Golfweek in 1995. Before Global Golf Post hired him in 2013, he wrote about golf for several other prominent publications, including Golf Digest, Golf World, the Masters Journal and the Boston Globe Magazine. Working from his home in New England, Cullity strives to return his handicap to single digits while navigating the challenges of fatherhood and a short season.

Fun Fact: Was once 5 under through 10 holes … and shot 74.

Handicap: 13

Favorite Courses: That I’ve played: Bandon Dunes. That I want to play: Augusta National.

Twitter: @mikecullity

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NEWS: ‘Golf’s Most Famous 19th Hole’ Finds New Owners

Dunvegan Hotel
The famed Dunvegan Hotel at St. Andrews has been sold to a group of golf enthusiasts from North America.

Upon arriving for the first time in St. Andrews under the cover of darkness in March 2000, I checked into the Dunvegan Hotel and ordered a Guinness from its first-floor pub. While sipping my beverage, I used a lobby pay phone (remember those?) to call my parents back in the…

BREAKING NEWS: Furyk Reportedly To Be Named Ryder Cup Captain

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Jim Furyk is set to be announced in the next week as the 2018 U.S. Ryder Cup captain, The Telegraph reported Saturday. The selection committee’s choice came down to Furyk and Fred Couples, according to the report, which was written by James Corrigan, the British newspaper’s golf correspondent. The report…

BREAKING NEWS: South African Pro Dies In Apparent Suicide

Wayne Westner, a 1996 World Cup of Golf winner, reached as high as No. 40 in the Official World Golf Rankings.

Wayne Westner, a South African who won twice on the European Tour in the 1990s, died Wednesday in an apparent suicide, according to multiple media reports. A police spokesman confirmed to the South Coast Herald that a man who died of a gunshot wound to the head was Westner. The 55-year-old…

Bubba Signals Political Aspirations

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  If you thought Donald Trump was an unlikely politician, try Bubba Watson on for size. “I’ve had a dream,” the two-time Masters champion told the Associated Press in a story published Tuesday. “I moved back in the city limits of Pensacola (Florida) so one day I can run for…

Woods’ Return On Track, His Agent Says

Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods plans his return in two weeks at the Hero World Challenge.

Tiger Woods’ long-awaited return to competitive golf remains on track for two weeks from tomorrow at the Hero World Challenge, the limited-field tournament he hosts in the Bahamas. Or so his agent, Mark Steinberg, told ESPN.com. Woods is “getting after it a bit more, continuing to work toward that goal…